Fissure Gluing! Dr. Ed Solves Another Problem!

Fissure Gluing! Dr. Ed Solves Another Problem!

In the United States alone, about a million people suffer from anal fissures. This is a painful split in the skin where bowel movements come out. The pain usually goes on and on, day after day, year after year, along with occasional bleeding, despite medications that help a bit.

Until now, the only known cure in the United States was a painful, last resort surgery that can have unwanted consequences such as passing of gas and more, due to lack of bowel control because of the need for the surgery to cut the muscle (“sphincter”) that controls gas and bowel movements at the opening.

I’m willing to tell you about my own personal experience, in order to help others with the problem. I suffered from a painful anal fissure for about three years. Finally, I asked my colorectal surgery specialist, aka proctologist, to use a medical version of super glue to seal the fissure. He agreed and it worked! I’m now fissure free and pain free! This treatment has since been done on several other patients, mostly with success. By the way, although I came up with this treatment idea myself, I now know it has been used in other countries, but I found no evidence of such treatment in the United States. That needs to change!

So, if you or someone you know and care about suffers from this condition, you can purchase my Helpful Information by clicking. It will immediately be emailed to you. I charge a modest fee of $9 to help cover my costs for this website.

It is simple to use a super strength glue by yourself to close a split on your finger. You can see what you’re doing when the split is on your finger… but to close an anal fissure that you can’t see, you should have it done by a doctor. A colorectal specialist, aka proctologist, is the most appropriate doctor for this because those doctors can recognize if there is an infection that should be treated first. They also can prescribe the right medicine to be used before and after the gluing, and can repeat the gluing if needed. For the most severe cases, which may not be manageable by gluing, they can also do the surgery.

The gluing itself takes less than two minutes!

The pain begins to fade about three days after the gluing and is generally gone within two weeks.

The Helpful Information I can email to you in response to your clicking to order it, spells out medications and self-care needed before and after the gluing (verify with your own doctor, of course). The medications are available only by prescription. I give you the information on the best ways to prevent anal fissures from re-opening, after the gluing, which you should also verify with your own doctor.

The sterile surgical glue can be purchased on the Internet without a prescription. It usually costs about $20. My Helpful Information tells you how to order the correct glue online. If you purchase the glue, when you have your appointment with your doctor take the glue and my information to your doctor. If your doctor is willing to order the glue, that is probably the best way to go. And, your doctor may decide to give you instructions that may better suit your situation than what you will see in my Helpful Information.

You may want to be sure, first, that you have found a doctor willing to use the glue for your fissure, and you may want to be examined first if this doctor has not already seen your fissure. Then you or your doctor can order the glue for your next visit, if the doctor agrees to do the gluing.

Keep in mind that I am not acting as your medical doctor, but am simply providing you with information.

I wish everyone a fissure-free life, free from that pain!

Respectfully,
Dr. Ed

7 thoughts on “Fissure Gluing! Dr. Ed Solves Another Problem!

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    1. If you write your blogs telling people what you really want to say, and if your blogs are respectful of others and constructive in their intent,
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  2. I don’t know whether it’s just me or if perhaps everybody else experiencing problems with your blog.
    It appears like some of the text within your posts are running off the
    screen. Can somebody else please comment and let me know if this is
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    1. Thank you! My goal is to provide useful solutions to problems, which goal, hopefully, is obvious to all.
      Dr. Ed Marshall

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